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Thoughts and Prayers vs. Tanks and Guns

What happens when aggression is met with appeasement?

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January 10th, 1920. After the 20 million dead, 21 million wounded, and incalculable destruction of World War I, a consortium of 42 countries forms the League of Nations. Their founding purpose: “to develop cooperation among nations and to guarantee them peace and security.”

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